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  1. It seems to me that the only adequately possible “immortality vaccine” is stem cells. Well, with them, there will be no pathological memory problems for sure. And if we talk about the limits of memory from the point of view of physiology, then this mechanism is not fully understood, most likely only the necessary information will be selected with a progressively disappearing sense of time (as it happens in older people). Minutes will merge into hours, hours into days, days into weeks, weeks into months, months into years, years into centuries, centuries into millennia… Memorizing information, as a rule, is associated with factors of constant repetition, emotional coloring( fear or joy). As such, there are no” memory limits”. To me, the memory is represented as a hard disk with cells.

  2. Actually, a person even now, without immortality, forgets how he lived. The further you go, the more. I don't think anything will change here if immortality is achievable.

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